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This discussion paper explains why the fee regime under which we operate is overly complex and invites views on its simplification.
This review focuses on imaging services provided by the Health Board (x-ray and non-diagnostic ultrasound). Where relevant, the report also makes reference to our reports on radiology services (ultrasound, MRI and CT) at health boards providing services to Powys patients.
We have examined whether the Welsh Government’s arrangements for its design and delivery provide a sound basis for the programme now and in the future.
This review aimed to establish whether Powys Teaching Health Board is ensuring that patients have access to effective and resilient GP out-of-hours services.
This leaflet highlights the most important considerations for NHS audit committee members.
The focus of this review is on the effectiveness of Powys County Council’s governance arrangements for determining significant service changes.
Timber Sales Contracts - Supplementary Memorandum of the Auditor General for Wales to the Public Accounts Committee
Following its establishment, National Resources Wales (NRW) inherited the challenge of having to take urgent action to manage and control P Ramorum in larch trees.
We have examined whether the Welsh Government is fulfilling effectively its oversight role to ensure that, despite financial constraints, further-education colleges are financially well placed to deliver the Welsh Government’s expectations.
Discussion Paper: The Governance Challenges Posed by Indirectly Provided, Publicly Funded Services in Wales
The Auditor General for Wales has released this paper in the hope that by stimulating debate, it will help to spread good practice, generate new ideas, support beneficial change and so contribute to the good governance of public services in Wales.
This report looks at the Financial Management and Governance of Community Councils in Wales